For months, Democrats and liberal pundits have told America that Joe Biden is the Democrat front runner.
It looks like those days might finally be over.
Biden took a beating in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, coming in fifth place.
See the results below:
So, Tulsi went all in on New Hampshire with an open primary.
With 85% reporting at 7th with grand total of 8,858 votes for 3.2% of the vote, she's ending up with ZERO delegates AGAIN.
I can guarantee that Tulsi has NO path to the nomination and is NOT bringing people together. pic.twitter.com/uLkD2bNh8J
— Nicole MuenchSeidel (@LoveAutismDogs) February 12, 2020
People can see the writing on the wall.
This is from the liberal outlet Slate:
Biden’s Inevitable Electability Is at the Bottom of a Crater in New Hampshire
Joe Biden announced that he was running for president in April 2019 and soon led the Democrats’ crowded field by 25 points. His position in the Obama administration gave him instant access to top party donors and campaign operatives. He was endorsed by high-profile New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and California Sen. Dianne Feinstein before he even entered the race.
His name recognition was as universal as possible, and his pitch to voters—he’s Uncle Joe, the hot-headed but trustworthy ol’ rascal who’s just as comfortable negotiating in Congress as he is bullshitting with the boys down at the union hall—was already locked in.
With 75 percent of precincts reporting on Tuesday in New Hampshire, Biden was in 5th place with 8.3 percent of the vote. In Iowa, he placed 4th. He now trails a socialist in national polls and is quickly being caught by a small-city ex-mayor who barely clears the age requirement and a guy who endorsed George W. Bush and Dick Cheney’s reelection at the 2004 Republican National Convention.
Biden fled New Hampshire before the final vote was even finished. He went to South Carolina where he tried to downplay his awful showing in New Hampshire. Watch:
Joe Biden finished 5th in the #NHprimary and told supporters they've only heard from “the first two of the 50 states.”
— POLITICO (@politico) February 12, 2020
Biden can try to spin it any way he wants but it won’t change anything.
His campaign’s days are now numbered.